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Are HR people more inclined to freedom?

I'm seeing a lot of restrictions on human potential because of governments. I'm guessing that especially people in the HR field would see this.

Trump's recent actions are just an example:

"Where do we think Mexican laborers will go if Mexican workers have fewer jobs and the Mexican economy goes to seed? "

https://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/right-turn/wp/2017/01/27/economic-self-destruction-trump-style/?utm_term=.c9d3e05c4d8c

Visa, quotas, permits, borders, walls ... Without going all too political; are HR people more likely inclined towards human freedom?

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Wayne Spivak
Title: President & CFO
Company: SBAConsulting.com
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I'm not exactly sure what you are asking. Is it a question about political leaning, left or right?

Given the fact the HR tends to make job requirements track what they believe the job needs versus what the job really needs, then if you took a expanded this "control" issue, then they'd lean right.

But that expansion is absurd because people react differently on every issue.

Imre Wessels
Title: I help companies through global employme..
Company: Acumen
(I help companies through global employment solutions, Acumen) |

Hey Wayne,

Thanks for your thoughts on this one. The left tends to be better with personal liberties and the right tends to be more in favor of economic freedom.

I was wondering whether all those restrictions on human freedom that people in the(international) HR field see would form a certain view of the world.

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